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-the-board government cuts known as the sequester. >> ts is not a game. this is reality. >> i don't like the sequester. it's taking a meat axe to our government. >> these steps would seriously damage the fragile american economy. >> still fragile enough that four years after the recession the u.s. economy actually shrank in the last three months of 2012. the storm clouds were ready to blow away and washington basically called them back. >> i think we're all aware that we have some urgent business to do. >> if not for indecisive, uncompromising, and polarizing politicians, america's economy could take off again. >> we are producing more energy and america can become an energy exporter. >> we're in the midst of an energy boom and it's lowering the price of electricity and bringing manufacturing back to america. a housing boom fueled by the lowest interest rates in history. and 35 months of private sector job creation. america's future could be great. >> i'd like to focus on what lies beyond the fiscal debate. >> i'd like to, too. but that's not possible the with a sequester deadline about to descend on
an expanded vision of smart government to create jobs and revive the economy. it had many important ideas in it. yet, he lowered his sights on the single policy that would both jump start the economy in the short term and create the conditions for long-term growth. infrastructure spending, having tried several times to propose infrastructure bills of around $50 billion, just 0.3% of gross domestic product, the president now further scaled back proposing a fix-it first plan of that repairs 70,000 bridges that are literally falling down nationwide. maybe he thinks this is all he can goat through the american house, but will place a band aid on america's growing cancer of failing intrastructure. a 2009 study of u.s. infrastructure by the american society of civil engineers concluded that we need $2.2 trillion to be spent over five years to bring the nation's roads, bridges, railway tracks, airports and associated systems up to grade. let me make three crucial points. first, this is the big bang. it would be the most effective way to create good jobs. unemployment in the construction industry
or who you love. it is our unfinished task to make sure that this government works on behalf of the many and not just the few. that it encourages free enterprise, rewards individualization and every child across this great nation. the american people don't expect government to solve every problem. they don't expect those of us in this chamber to agree on every issue. but they do expect us to put the nation's interests before party. they do expect us to forge reasonable compromise where we can for they know that america moves forward only when we do so together and that the responsibility of improving this union remains the task of us all. our work must begin by making some basic decisions about our budget, decisions that will have a huge impact on the strength of our recovery. over the last few years, both parties have worked together to reduce the deficit by more than $2.5 trillion. mostly through spending cuts but also by raising tax rates on the wealthiest 1% of americans. as a result, we are more than halfway towards the goal of $4 trillion in deficit reduction that economists say we
excursions, gratuities, and government fees and taxes. is any of this enough? what do you want to make it better? >> right now we just want them home and want them in our arms, just like everybody on that ship wants to get off that boat. >> there are 4,000 people on that boat that have someone waiting for them out here, just like we're just two. >> after they get settled on land and they get it behind them a little bit, i think it will start to settle and they're just going to realize it's probably not going to be enough. >> did you guys hear anything -- >> they opened the bar up and serving alcohol. >> which one of you brought -- >> serving alcohol to a bunch of angry, starving people. >> on a listing ship. >> did one of you bring antibiotics? >> we sure did. we contacted our doctors and told them what was going on with the situation, that our daughters were on there. they gave us an antibiotic to take with us to get our daughters started on, because we weren't sure we were getting them off. >> we don't know what kind of conditions they're in. we're dealing with staph infections and n
't expect government to solve every problem. they don't expect us to agree on every issue. but though expect us to put the nation's interests before party. >> president obama urging compromiseeyough expect us to p the nation's interests before party. >> president obama urging compromiseugh expect us to put e nation's interests before party. >> president obama urging compromisegh expect us to put t nation's interests before party. >> president obama urging compromise expect us to put the nation's interests before party. >> president obama urging compromise as he lays out his vision, but will republicans buy it. >>> cruise from hell. more details on board that carnival cruise ship. can i slowly limping its way back to alabama. there is sewage in the hallways. sorry to be sharing those details at this hour of the morning. welcome to a special edition of "early start". >> lots to get to this morning as we hit 5:00 here in washington, d.c.. just a few hours ago really president obama who was challenging congress to act, it was his state of the union address that was a response to from senator mar
by a government that are too small is just not true. in fact, the major cause of our recent downturn is the housing crisis created by reckless government policies and the idea that more taxes and more government spending is the best way to help hard-working middle-class taxpayers is an idea that has failed every time it has been tried. >> democrats on the other hand gave senator rubio low marks for similar comments. just about the same time, 10:31. >> presidents in both parties from john f. kennedy to ronald reagan have known that our free enterprise economy is the source of our middle-class prosperity. but president obama he believes it is the cause of our problems. that the economic downturn happened because our government didn't tax enough, spend enough or control enough. and therefore, as you heard tonight, his solution to virtually every problem we face is for washington to tax more, borrow more and spend more. >> with independents, senator rubio scored low marks at 10:40 when he spoke about the second amendment. >> of course we face other challenges, as well. we were all heart
to defend themselves from either government forces or other forces that endanger their lives. >> if the government attacked you, it would be the military. it would be with machine guns. you support that ban but you're not prepared for a ban on military style. >> a lot of people use this phrase military style when in reality it's nothing more than a semi automatic weapon used for deer hunting. >> i can buy a slide device over there which would allow me to fire up to 300 rounds a minute. what is your definition of an assault rife given i can legally buy that here and kill 300 people in one minute? >> first, i think that any texan has a right to be able to purchase one of those weapons. when it comes to talk about limiting our right, we need to have the right to defend ourselves when ever anyone tries to attack us. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> coming up, i'll talk to two people who believe concealed weapons and the nra save lives plus ted nugent. humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why at libe
of the federal government, of federal spend in. and so that is one of the challenges that the republican leadership has and does right now when you get to the end of the day. i think the whole idea of a deal at the 11th hour, if you believe speaker boehner, it is not going to happen. the clip you played from mitch mcconnell, the off ramp, see how it plays in the house, the way the founders said it would originally happen. we may bump up against march 1st, and they're not done. >> real quick, when we talk about the budget, climate, any issues we face, the republicans controlling the house, the democrats, obama has been president for four years. none of us are going away. we're either going to find ways to overcome our differences on the questions or we'll be stuck until the next presidential election. >> thank you very much, ron bronstein's dana bash, other news in syria right now. both sides in the ongoing war are claiming victories. but the people are still falling victim to huge amounts of violence. in one area, residents are returning after fleeing the relentless attacks. and the scar
what he's saying, rubio scored the biggest points when he talked about big government. >> the idea more taxes and more government spending is the best way to help hard working middle class taxpayers an old idea that's failed every timist been tried. more government won't help you get ahead. it will hold you back. more government isn't going to create more opportunities. it's going to limit them. and more government isn't going to inspire new ideas. new businesses, and new private-sector jobs. it's going to create uncertainty. >> republican senator rand paul gave the tea party response and chastised both parties for spending too much. he also talked about limiting the reach of the federal government. >> what america needs is not robin hood but adam smith. in the year we won our independence, adam smith described what creates the wealth of nations, he described a limited government that largely did not interfere with individuals in their pursuit of happiness. all that we are, all that we wish to be is now threatened by the notion that you can have something for nothing, that you can have
and rocket scientist and also part of your government. jim, i want to start with you. we are getting conflicting numbers of the injured and they keep going up. what are you hearing now? >> yeah, they keep going up. the russian news agency saying more than 1,000 people injured in some way after this. to set the scene, just after breakfast time, people may have been taking their kids to school and you get that bright flash in the sky. and the shock wave. the explosion seems to have caused the explosion. the shock wave goes off shattering glass. breaking windows and some buildings collapse as well. the government says, schools, hospitals, offices all affected. it came from nowhere. people may have looked at the streak in the sky. might have looked what you see trailing from an airplane. airplane vapor. then the explosion. one woman thought it was a plane crash because of the noise and because of what they saw in the sky. so you have more and more people injured. slightly injured for most of the people. and no one has yet died as far as we know. but you can imagine the shock of seeing th
don't sit around and the government says build this line from here to here, people run around and go nuts and build four railroad lines and four telegraph lines and they all go bankrupt. but then someone picks up the pieces, takes that infrastructure and does something with it. when the infrastructure companies went bust, we built the web 2.0 on top of that. when we're not developing any new way of building housing, the benefits are much less. >> is the fed creating a bubble? >> i think there is a certain excess in, i would say, corporate debt. consumers have done a great job deleveraging. they've learned their lesson. but companies are able to issue debt. good companies and bad companies, at very low interest rates and they're doing an awful lot of it. >> stephen moore, conservatives tell me sometimes they're very concerned about all the money the fed is printing and that they're throwing out the window into the economy. >> right. >> and we are sosowing the seed of the next bubble. >> that's right. government debt, the interest rates are as low today as they've been any time since t
bands in the world, fun. >>> a government prepares for the apocalypse. >> canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever. >>> and the dance that's everywhere, even here at cnn, the harlem shake. >>> just when you think we've got it all worked out, cutting-edge technology, scientific breakthroughs, miracle medicine, lately there's been talk about colonizing mars and many of you carry around a supercomputer right in your pocket. but just when you think you have it all worked out, the univers reminds us, we really don't. case in point, friday a chunk of space rock gets sucked in by the earth's gravitational pull. then streaks across the sky above russia. as it rockets through the atmosphere, friction heats the front of the rock a lot more than the back of it. the huge temperature difference is too much and essentially turns a meteor into a bomb. it explodes into a bunch of pieces. and what you're hearing here, that boom, boom, boom, is this -- take a look. those pieces are moving so fast they set up a series of sonic booms and it's just a scary sound. the sheer force is destru
't handled properly. we could be looking at layoffs, not just government workers but private sector workers and looking at, you know, a potential to go back into a recession. that's something no one wants. >> when you look at what's going on here, obviously, in terms of the kind of cuts that we need, look, we have got medicare and medicaid and social security and all these programs that americans want, but that need to be paid for, shouldn't -- with all this budget negotiates that we are dealing with, why not just say, look, agency a, tough cut this much. agency b, tough cut this much. isn't it about belt-tightening and looking forward to future growt growth? >> we need to make sure we don't stymie future growth by cutting too much now. cutting the deficit, the other aspect of it is making sure the economy grows are. we have to have a sustained growth period. not 3% growth at this point in time, sort of a magic cub nub for the economy at a minimum level that would allow us to not have to take austerity measures. the england tried the southwests and it put them into triple dip recession. we
gun laws. government records for 2010 show 3 out of 5 gun deaths in the united states were suicides. that grim proportion has been roughly the same every year for the past decade. we'll have much more on this story coming up. dr. drew pinsky will join me live here in "the situation room" in the next hour. he recently spoke to mccready. we're going to talk about that conversation, what she said to him and much more. >>> tomorrow, the south african olympic athlete oscar pistorius will be in court. a memorial service will be held for his model girlfriend who he is accused of killing. cnn's robyn kurnow has more. >> reporter: a beautiful girl, a beach and a reality tv show. which showed contestant reeva's romantic side. >> you fall in love with being in love. >> reporter: she died just days before this aired. it will continue to run on south african television for the next nine weeks. meanwhile, her boyfriend, the double amputee and olympic athlete, oscar pistorius, spent the past few days in this jail, charged with her murder. the charge strongly denied by pistorius and his family. thi
. >>> a government prepares for the apocalypse. ♪ >>> and the dance that's everywhere, even here at cnn, the harlem shake. >>> just when you think we've got it all worked out, cutting-edge technology, scientific breakthroughs, miracle medicine, lately there's been talk about colonizing mars and many of you carry around a supercomputer right in your pocket. but just when you think you have it all worked out, the universe reminds us, we really don't. case in point, friday a chunk of space rock gets sucked in by the earth's gravitational pull. then streaks across the sky above russia. as it rockets through the atmosphere, friction heats the front of the rock a lot more than the back of it. the huge temperature difference is too much and essentially turns a meteor into a bomb. it explodes into a bunch of pieces. and what you're hearing here, that boom, boom, boom, is this -- take a look. those pieces are moving so fast they set up a series of sonic booms and it's just a scary sound. the sheer force is destructive, blowing out windows, knocking down huge doors and even taking down walls. there are repor
is the governing body, a great place to go to find out information. but in general, as i was saying, this is such a rare incident that i think for people who go on regular cruise, every the 14 ships of carnival canceled, i've heard those pople are already rebooking their cruises. so people who are regular cruiser, they are committed to cruising. for people who haven't done it before, they're skittish. however what i'm super impressed by and what we've heard over and over again is how well carnival has hammed the situation. as you said, it is a pr nightmare for any company, but they've come out very forthcoming about what they're doing, giving them their money back, giving them credits toward a future cruise, giving them $500 in cash per passenger. and that is very much beyond what they need to do. >> all right. well, good for them. sounded like the crew did a really good job of trying to help them get through that difficult five days. i'm not a cruiser myself, but i'm willing to give it another shot. >> well that's good to hear. and actually incredibly this might be a good time to l
in the united states on this? >> there is no official reaction from the u.s. government. of course, the u.s. was expecting this ted stevens morning. was speaking to an official that said the test could come any time. obviously they have been bracing for it. right now a lot of frantic telephone calls going on. not only within the u.s. government but also in south korea. the new secretary of state, john kerry, spoke to the south korean foreign minister just moments ago about the latest nuclear test and now everybody is trying to get their diplomatic ducks in a row. everybody getting on the same page. there will be a security council meeting tomorrow morning, 11:00 eastern time. to discuss the next response and that is what the question is. what will the traffic there? will the chinese sign on to the tough resolution that the united states is looking for? will they set on to tough sanctions. it is unclear at this point what china will agree to and that is the best the u.s. can hope for in terms of getting anything out of the u.n. security council. then i also understand the united states is
unintended consequences of government overreach. what's going on, chief -- our cnn national political correspondent jim acosta is here. you've been looking at the reaction since the speech. what's going on? >> wolf, this was a big moment last night. it may be moving votes. what was widely seen as an emotional high point, it may have also been a turn turning point in the debate over gun control. it was a moment carefully orchestrated for maximum emotional impact. as former congresswoman gabby giffords, the parents of slain teenager hideya pendleton and other victims of gun violence looked on, president obama called for a vote. >> they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. >> one day later there are indications on capitol hill that the president may get it. >> we don't need a cheer leader. >> even as mr. obama's top republican critics, senator lindsey graham made the case that the current background checks needs to be strengthened before expanded. answered the president's call. >> will you personall
the big clash of what government should do and be all about and how it will play out and we're talking about water, not how much your government is going to spend on what. >> my theory about this politicians are so stage managed and journalists are so glad when something unscripted happens we focus on it. you're absolutely right. him characterizing himself and talking about his background, this is the rehearsal for what republicans will say about immigration and there was stuff there. >> so much time to fill. >> talking about how you fill the time and story selection choices. there was this calamity on the carnival cruise ship "triumph" where it took several days for the crippled ship to come to port. 4,000 people were affected. cnn covered that heavily than any other, renting a helicopter and a boat. important legitimate story and some critics say cnn went overboard. >> went overboard, no pun intended. i grabbed a life jacket and watched a lot of it. cnn went overboard. most people went overboard. but there is a real good story here. 2% of americans, millions of americans go on these
knows. increasing that is probably going to be something nasa and the government will want to look at. more eyes on earth, more eyes in space with space telescopes. both government and public ones, private ones. you know, those types of efforts would help find these threats, hopefully before they become a serious problem. and we might have something to do about it. >> it certainly is fascinating and something else to worry about. thanks so much. >> well, thank you for having us. >>> two more airlines are about to join forces. that has some worried that it will send airfare soaring. we're going to tell you the latest airline merger and what it means for you. [ male announcer ] there are only so many foods that make kids happy. and even fewer that make moms happy too. with wholesome noodles and bite sized chicken, nothing brings you together like chicken noodle soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> taking a look at some of the top business stories of the week. walmart stock took a nose dive on friday after an internal e-mail published by bloomberg news quoted an execu
reform and government spending and his proposals on education, climate change, and immigration. but while the wind is at his back, observers say president obama can't appear too bullheaded at the start of his second term. brianna keilar, cnn, the white house. >>> so in the next hour of "early start," we'll look ahead to tonight's state of address with matt cartright of pennsylvania and illinois republican congressman adam kinzinger. you can watch it tonight live on cnn. our coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern and if you can't catch it, catch all of the highlights tomorrow morning on "early start." >>> new development this morning in the murder of chicago honor student hadiya pendleton. two suspected gang members, 189-year-old michael ward and 20-year-old kenneth williams will be in court this morning. there are their mug shot s righ there. police say ward confessed and said she was not the intended target. just days before pendleton had performed at the president's inauguration, michelle obama appeared at the funeral. tonight her parents will be guests at tonight's state of the europe on
we asked. and rubio scored highest when he talked about big government. watch this. >> and the idea that more taxes and more government spending is the best way to help hardworking middle class taxpayers, that's an old idea that's failed every time it's been tried. more government isn't going to help you get ahead, it's going to hold you back. more government isn't going to create more opportunities, it's going to limit them. and more government isn't going to inspire new ideas, new businesses, and new private sector jobs. it's going to create uncertainty. >> all right. you might have noticed senator rubio needed a drink of water, taking a break -- everybody's talking about it. the way he reached over for the water bottle caused all kinds of things, buzz on the internet, watch. >> nothing has frustrated me more than false choices like the one the president laid out tonight. the choice isn't just between big government or big business, what we need is an accountable, efficient, and effective government that allows small and new businesses to create more middle class jobs. >> look, i
government oversight. despite all of this, though, the army wants the program to continue. tom vandenbrook is "usa today's" pentagon reporter. he wrote the article. welcome. >> good morning, carol. >> thanks so much for enlightening us on this issue. this program sends americans to iraq and afghanistan to win hearts and minds. tell us about sexual harassment, racism. outline these problems for us. >> these come in an army investigative report that we were -- we obtained through a freedom of information act request. the harassment seemed pretty gross. it was a contractor at the training base making really untoward comments toward the women. eventually, he was fired. that was documented. as well as racism. there was a white soldier who was referring to a section of the program and saying it was a ghetto because it had black people in it. that soldier was disciplined. >> yet some of the members of this group, with all the problems, were making more money than the secretary of defense? >> that's the most disturbing problem. it regards time sheet padding, and it was encouraged, apparently, acco
including a forward command center as well as search and rescue teams to assist local governments in accounting for individuals that are missing or may be trapped because we think there are some. also getting prepared to send state assets from the very state agencies, set up shelters. right now the most important thing is we account for all individuals and make sure they're safe and secure. >> also i understand that there is a high school that may be damaged. do you know anything about that? >> i have not received that report yet. i know the ema director right now is pretty busy and they're trying just to get their arms around to the significance of the damage but it's obviously a pretty wide area. would not doubt we probably have some schools that have been impacted in that area. it's a very populated area. a lot of businesses in that area. it's where the growth from hattiesburg has extended. it's densely populated with businesses as well as residences. >> how, robert, prepared are these areas for tornadoes? >> well, you know, unfortunately, we can -- most important thing is as f
the government from doing that in times of emergency. we all hope we don't come to the situation where we have something like katrina that breaks down all law enforcement. we all hope that none of us are attacked by an armed intruder, that no one who runs a small business is robbed, that no woman is raped, but those things happ happen. what i was objecting to was the rush to pass legislation without really debating it or looking into it. there are ways to deal with the things he wanted to deal with, but by just writing something in the dark of night and ramming it through a legislature and signing it is not a good way to develop policy in a democratic society. >> i agree with you that a debate is necessary and a debate should be had and a conversation should be had, but it does seem like both sides are using emotion. >> it's an emotional issue. i don't deny that. both sides do use emotion. the question is what is the purpose of what you're trying to do? the president would like to get these things that he wants done done very quickly, done by the congress without really looking at them. and we
zombies had quebec's government worried the training exercise would lose its serious focus. >> under the leadership of this prime minister, canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever! >> hear, hear! >> reporter: anyway, canada has nothing to fear. as one guy posted on gawker, zombies are allergic to maple syrup. jeanne moos -- >> to a zombie apocalypse! >> canada will never become a safe haven for zombies, ever! >> hear, hear! >> reporter: cnn, new york. >> i'm still confused. would you ever have a zombie apocalypse training? >> cruise ships, zombies, sequester, it's been a full week. >> you can always follow outside what's going on in the situation room, follow us on twitter. as we stay, tweet m me @katebaldwin. >> i'm @jimacostacnn. >> that's it for us. "erin burnett outfront" starts right now. >>> "outfront" next, one day after the carnival "triumph" reaches dry land we're learning more about the fire that stranded more than 4,000 people at sea for five days. what caused it? could it have been prevented? >>> plus, a congressman caught tweeting to a 24-year-old bikini m
unveiled his new early education plan. amy, i'll talk to but this first. how does this new government-funded plan if over with conservatives? tough to argue, right? >> well, no, because it's a question of whether or not it's the federal government's role to be involved in education or a state function. a lot of conservatives believe it's a state function. education is only funded by the federal government by about 7%. i think in a way the president could get buy in on his pre-k plan is if he were to stug as a school choice program -- suggest it as a school choice program. parents could have vouch force send their child to any pre-k program of their choosing, i think you might see conservatives backing that. >> yeah. the argument may be that the funding is not going in the correct place and maybe won't help as many kids as planned. maria, what's your take? >> here's the issue with what amy said. first of all, it is what the president proposed is a partnership with the states where the states would be in control of this. that's exactly what he's talking about. and secondly, republicans
condemned the attacks. >>> a cuban blogger and fierce critic of the cuban government finally got to leave havana today at least for 80 days. he had been refused an exit visa for years. she's headed on an 80 day tour of ten countries including the u.s. she said she doesn't plan to temper her criticism just because she got the exit visa but she acknowledged it could be her last trip out of the country. >>> in a snowy southern russia they're still cleaning up broken glass and still trying to calm down after that meteor plowed into the earth the other day. some people near the impact site say they're afraid to stand near windows remembering that cosmic explosion friday morning that injured more than 1,000 people and damaged thousands of buildings. >>> now to israel and the strange case of prisoner "x." his apparent suicide inside an israeli prison was kept under wraps for two years because of extreme censorship. his identity has been revealed opening a host of new questions with few answers. here is cnn's sara sidner with what we know. >> reporter: behind me is one of israel's highest securit
tested, 29 out of 2,501 came back positive for horse dna. the government said it was front-loaded, if you will, the worst of the items tested first. we just heard from the secretary of the environment saying he hopes all the testing will be done by the end of the week. the results will be done by the end of next week. it may drag into next week, michael. >> so, nic, are people still buying what they think is beef? is it dangerous if it's horse meat? >> you know, i think that the danger issue has been somewhat laid to rest. the danger was it was horse meat contaminated with a drug that prevents or sort of cures animals of pain. but in humans, it's very, very dangerous. the levels you would have to eat we were told by the government scientists would be so high, impractical, unlikely. but consumer confidence has been marked. two-thirds of people here say there's no longer sure about what's on the box as they were before. and a quarter of people say that they're going to cut down buying processed meat. and another one-fifth of people said they'd like to cut down on buying processed meat, they
white streaks. what the russian government believes happened was that it was a fairly large-sized meteor, hitting the atmosphere, partially breaking up, then showering out across a very wide region. that would explain why the injuries, the damage is being reported across a very wide area. most of the damage, we are told, is broken or shattered glass, windows that exploded at the time that this explosion was heard, and most of the injuries are also certainly a result of that shattered glass. the russian government is saying more than 200 people have been injured. some reports from the area put it as high as 400 or more. most of those, however, are not serious. they are mostly cuts and scratches from the glass. but a few people, we believe around nine or ten, have been sent to hospital for treatment. a very dramatic morning in this part of russia about four hours east of moscow. officials say they located a large part of the meteor that survived the earth's atmosphere in a lake in that region. >> wow. very dramatic and very scary. phil black, thank you very much. >>> ahead on "early start,
. the official numbers from the government say more than 500 people have requested medical assistance as a result of meteor as it struck the aefrt's atmosphere. some reports from the region put that number at more than 700 now, but certainly the number is still climbing. there are dozens who have been treated in hospital. and within that, a small number of people whose situation and health is said to be grave. most people, though, have just received cuts and scratches from flying glass. the glass that shattered as this large meteor struck the earth's atmosphere, breaking up across a wide area and resulting in a serious of sonic booms or shock waves that really shook a vast area, just within this few terrifying seconds, resulted in all of these injuries, but no substantial or structural damage reported. just broken glass. but a lot of certainly rattled nerves. big cleanup operation underway in the region, about a four-hour flight east of moscow. >> i understand why there are rattled nerves. the pictures so foreign from anything most of us have seen. >>> the other big story. triumph, cruise ship no
control proposals. he said children who live in violent neighborhoods needs help from the government, schools, family and clergy to have a chance to change their lives. >> this is not just a gun issue. it's also an issue of the kinds of communities we're building. for that, we all share responsibility as citizens to fix it. we all share a responsibility to move this country closer to our founding vision that no matter who you are or where you come from, here in america, you can decide your own destiny, you can succeed if you work hard and fulfill your responsibilities. >>> oscar pistorius was in court in south africa today accused of murdering his model girlfriend. the case has shocked south africa and people all over the world who were inspired by the athlete known as blade runner for his prosthetic legs. he broke down and sobbed when the judge officially charged him with murder. a bail hearing is set for tuesday. >>> as part of a plea deal with federal prosecutors, jesse jackson, jr. has admitted misusing campaign funds. the plea agreement says jackson and his wife spent some $750,
're told government divers went down into these freezing waters to take a look but were not able to see anything when they did. >> as you know, an asteroid also passed close to the earth yesterday. are these two events related in any way? that's the big question today. >> reporter: certainly. the broad scientific consensus from the last 24 hours or so seems to be no, it is just something of a cosmic coincidence that within hours of each other two different asteroids approached in from two different directions. unfortunately it was the big one that did the damage. susan? >> thank you. appreciate it. >>> well, from space to the water. we knew this would happen. the first passengers stranded aboard the disabled carnival "triumph" is suing. the lawsuit blames the company for negligence and fraud. cassie terry called her cruise "a floating hell and a floating toilet" that made her fear for her health. she is seeking unspecified damage. carnival says it has not seen the lawsuit and cannot comment yet on it. >>> the travel nightmare didn't end for some of the passengers even after they finally
of government a bit more closely in his own hands. >> there's so much intrigue that surrounds the movements of the vatican, the mysticism, and it is an intriguing question. if the pope resigns, which he has signaled he intends to do on february 28th at 20 hours, which is when his papacy will end, he doesn't go back to being a cardinal, i would assume, because that is a designation given. he is certainly a bishop. do you think he could have -- i don't know the law, maybe you do, the canon law -- could he have any role in the decision process of who the next pope is? or is he simply excluded because he's not currently one of the 120 cardinals? >> reporter: this question obviously came up at the briefing that the vatican spokesperson, father federico lombardi provided for the press early afternoon rome time. in terms of what the pope is going to be called, lombardi says we don't actually know. that's one of the unanswered questions. probably the emeritus bishop of rome, that is, the former or retired bishop of rome. that has not been started. lombardi was categorical that benedict xvi will not
scenario will simulate flooding. flooding? yep. all the joshing about zombies had quebec's government worried the training exercise would lose its serious focus. >> under the leadership of this prime minister, canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever. >> here here. >> reporter: canada has nothing to fear. as one guy posted on gawker, zombies are allergic to maple syrup. jeanne moos -- >> to the zombie apocalypse. >> reporter: -- cnn -- >> canada will never become a safe haven for zombies ever. >> here here. >> reporter: new york. >> that's so silly. that's it for me. i'm suzanne malveaux. "cnn newsroom" continues now with brooke baldwin. >>> happy friday. i woke up in mobile, alabama, talking to cruise ship passengers and right now i am back at cnn world headquarters in atlanta because if you watch the show enough you know i am a space geek and we are minutes away from this fly-by that will make space history. this is the first time an asteroid of this size will get this close to earth. so watch the clock with me. i'm talking eastern time. it is supposed to happen at 2:2
of the agenda under economic growth. as he talks about tax reform and government spending and his proposals on education, climate change and immigration. but while the wind is at his back, observers say president obama can't appear too bull headed at the start of the second term. this really is a rare chance for president obama to talk directly to the american people in a very long form way and, soledad, from aides i've spoken with, we are expecting to hear themes are familiar. he'll talk about the middle class, tackling deficit reduction in "a balanced way." not just the spending cuts that republicans are primarily pushing to offset the major across-the-board spending cuts set to kick in next month, but also with tax increases. >> brianna keilar, thank you. >>> a little later this hour, we'll speak with gene sperling of the national economic council and ron john, wisconsin senator, about what we can expect from the president's speech tonight. watch the state of the union address right here on cnn. complete coverage begins at 7:00 p.m. eastern. state of the union, of course, a hot ticket in
certainly think it's possible. now you will have the resources perhaps of the federal government coming to bear and not only the lapd. so framing it in that way can be helpful to law enforcement. and i also think sort of piggybacking on what paul said, i think at this point it's a desperate manhunt, but they need to understand what his motivations are. and you have the fbi profilers that can help with that. i think they're probably the best in the world at that. and the evidence that they took out of his mother's home is likely to help frame what motivates this guy to do it. yes, we've learned a lot from the manifesto, but i don't think that's enough because they still haven't found him. >> and glenda, in all your years of going what you do, i suppose this won't surprise you, but there are support groups for dorner popping up online. facebook pages, one person saying i propose electing a man for president actually who could no longer sit idly by and watch his malicious tyrants abuse the innocent. again, someone supporting dorner who allegedly killed family members of police to make his
. possibly up to a year before a final report is issued by the bohemian government where the ship is registered. susan candiotti, cnn, in mobile, alabama. >>> unless the president and congress can agree on a new budget plan by the end of the month, it could have devastating effects on your bottom line. i'm talking layoffs, tax refunds and places we all go for family fun. [ male announcer ] have you heard? herbal essences smooth and shine collections are back and more irresistible than ever. mmm... [ ding ] [ moaning ] [ male announcer ] with herbal botanicals of rose hips and chamomile. and with no silicone or sulfates, you'll fall in love with your hair... yes! yes! yes! [ male announcer ] ...all over again. yes! [ male announcer ] it's an experience... everyone will be asking for. herbal essences. say yes again to naturally irresistible hair. share your first time using herbal essences. there's nothing like our grilled lobster and lobster tacos. the bar harbor bake is really worth trying. [ male announcer ] get more during red lobster's lobsterfest. with the year's largest selec
by the commissioner as well as the federal government to change that because he had to abide by federal law when he moved them on to land controlled by the feds. now, there's conversations on whether or not they're going to move back to land controlled by the federal government. if that is the case, then the way kennedy used his administration to push marshall in terms of desegregating his team, certainly there could be conversation that the obama administration could have. so i'm not quite sure yet in terms of whether or not this name is going to be changed. there's still a lot more conversations that need to happen. >> thank you very much. i want you to stick around because terrence is going to come back. meantime, next, one country wants to get rid of online pornography and something borrowed, something blue, saying i do with 12,000 of your closest friends. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us
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